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khwo-sang     hwo.1      Khfin-kau       po«aai      haDg-khwa-m^-an-khau

And

* mc-sl-khu
' bestoofa

-ni

au-sl,        Mn?-mwan an-nung-haii-twa ;    ti-mu   lak-chAp,   tl-tin   k!iep
haying-brought,     to-kim            pul-an;         onrfuger    ring,

•tin    haii4aj   khun-kau    ban       kin»si,        Jiit-pyo-kat,    Lai-sang    Ink    kan
@nd         we   kaving-eaten,     be-merry.      Because    son    my

ai-pia-tai-si,         nip-ma  si-u ;           hai-si,               nai-ka.'      Tt-mn   Khau

although-having-died,  ii-alive again;   having*1ieen«lo8fs   was«found,'     Then     they

ta-hit-pyo-kat-nai.

Mu-nang-nan luk-chai lung man   hit-u-mu-na-si-u    ks-Iang    man na
son     great his haviiigJqft-hM-jield qfteraards he came

-ka-nai;   ma-nai-ngin-ka   siBg-k&ng-smg-yam   ka-kl-sa-fang.     Mu-nang-nan   man
•house;       he-heard                   mmic                  dancing,                 fke®         he

Mag-ka
catted

25  tham-ka-lfi, «khAm   aai       lai-pu»sang }?       Ti-nan kha-mun-kto ko.ki,  *nang
'words these ofraecomtrf-wM'f Men    hit-servants    said,   Brother

mau    pak-ma-ka,
bttct*cotne»dids

kau       po-maii      ban-ka   kbam-rt-fi-ffla-nni    liitkS    poUung    yau.'   K-ns
fatber*your      saw    (Um}-SQfea*d'm>»d   make feast«gmt   did,'    Then

mtin   hit-cha-sMe   man-kliaU
he    being-angry     would*

naii-hto-yau.       Lai-pu-nai      pO-«an       »k^--        hang   luk-chai-nai
Therefore    f*tMi>  Mwcow-ovt     to         nMt
4n-y4n-ka-yan.     It-nan
entreated,